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2. Sulfur dioxide gas (SO2) reacts with excess oxygen gas (O2) and excess liquid water (H2O) to form liquid sulfuric acid (H2SO4). In the laboratory, a chemist carries out this reaction with 67.2 L of sulfur dioxide and gets 250 g of sulfuric acid. • Write a balanced equation for the reaction. • Calculate the theoretical yield of sulfuric acid. • Calculate the percent yield of the reaction. (One mole of any gas occupies 22.4 L under certain conditions of temperature and pressure. Assume those conditions for this question.)

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